Brand, Alice Glarden

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BRAND, Alice Glarden

BRAND, Alice Glarden. American, b. 1938. Genres: Poetry, Psychology, Writing/Journalism, Essays. Career: Taught English and creative writing in New York and New Jersey Public Schools, 1960-78; writing instructor at Rutgers University, Middlesex County College, Somerset County College, and Rider College, 1978-80; University of Missouri-St. Louis, assistant professor, associate professor of English, 1987, 1980-87, director of communications programs and program director of the Gateway Writing Project, 1980-87; Clarion University of Pennsylvania, associate professor of English and director of writing, 1987-89; State University of New York at Brockport, associate professor, 1989-91, director of composition, 1989-92, professor of English, 1992-99, professor emerita, 2000-. Visiting scholar, University of California, Berkeley, 1982-83. Director of creative writing programs in New Jersey, State Teen Arts Festival. Publications: Therapy in Writing: A Psycho-Educational Enterprise, 1980; as it happens (poetry), 1983; Studies on Zone (poetry), 1989; The Psychology of Writing: The Affective Experience, 1989; (ed. with R.L. Graves) Presence of Mind: Writing and the Domain beyond the Cognitive, 1994; Court of Common Pleas (poetry), 1996. Contributor of poems, articles, and short stories to anthologies and periodicals. Address: State University of New York at Brockport, Brockport, NY 14420, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]